Interviews about Biology

Interviews about genetics, ecology and evolution, insects, mammals, marine science, plants and zoology...

03 February 2022

We love our furry companions, but how long have pups been part of our pack?

02 February 2022

Discovery of the lumbar spine from Australopithecus sediba confirms upright posture...

01 February 2022

Magnetic inclination is used by songbirds as a STOP sign to know that they are home...

31 January 2022

Past outbreaks of coronaviruses where used to direct the initial search.

31 January 2022

The discovery of the new leafhopper insect has been swarming the world of science. We break down the details.

31 January 2022

Here's some new food for thought on how Veganuary has impacted the meat industry.

25 January 2022

Life Kitchen is a cookery school for people whose taste has been affected, here's a recipe to try at home!

25 January 2022

Measuring our sense of smell could help us identify diseases early...

25 January 2022

Cases of smell and taste disorders have soared during the pandemic...

25 January 2022

Taste can be affected by a wide range of disorders, but how essential is it to your everyday way life?

25 January 2022

Antarctica's experiencing more shipping traffic than first thought, which could be affecting its biodiversity

24 January 2022

How does your sleepy brain decipher between noises which pose no threat and those that are dangerous?

24 January 2022

Infants can recognise relationships by looking for if the people involved share saliva with each other...

24 January 2022

Action video games may help you shoot for higher academic grades than expected

18 January 2022

The assumption that goldfish have poor memory gets put to the test...

18 January 2022

Uncover the news behind the latest fossil discovery from the humble UK town of Rutland...

18 January 2022

Avian flu is swooping in to put us at risk of another pandemic...

07 January 2022

We uproot the behind-the-scenes features of the new David Attenborough show 'The Green Planet'

07 January 2022

A battle between bacteria and fungi on the skin of Hedgehogs may be how MRSA developed

17 December 2021

We all want to do our bit for the environment, but how does that extend to buying the Xmas tree?

17 December 2021

You don't imagine lanky Legolas in a pointy hat and stockings at Christmas, so why are Santa's elves so tiny?

16 December 2021

We leave carrots out for reindeer on Christmas Eve, but is it enough food for them to get around the globe?

16 December 2021

Children UK - wide leave treats for Santa on Christmas Eve but just how drunk is he after his shift at work?

16 December 2021

Our favourite Christmas songs are dusted off year after year. What makes it so hard to join the festive ranks?